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Comment un projet urbain centré sur un fleuve peut-il développer la richesse floristique des berges en réadaptant les formes urbaines établies ?

Abstract : Major point in the landscape, rivers served as an anchor to many cities. Uses (shipping, agriculture...) and protection policies participated to the normalization of their shores, threatening at the same time the continuity of the ecological corridor. In the middle of the ninetieth century, the decrease of waterway transport reveals the gap established between the town and the river. Now that cities step toward their rivers, it seems to be relevant to give back a high environmental quality to the banks, keeping the urban shapes.
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Samuel André. Comment un projet urbain centré sur un fleuve peut-il développer la richesse floristique des berges en réadaptant les formes urbaines établies ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2017. ⟨dumas-01627791⟩

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